The Museu da Imigração in São Paulo Brazil have been inspired to put on an English-themed music concert in their Gardens.
Music in the Garden concert at the Museum of Immigration
This summer we had a Brazilian theme to our events and exhibitions. Our Festival of Brasil celebrated the South American country in all its many colours and diversities.
We met and worked with many Brazilian partners – artists, musicians, dancers and other museums. One museum we worked with is the Museu da Imigração (Museum of Immigration) in São Paulo in Brazil. We discovered that we have similar events to the Museu da Imigração.
Throughout July and August we put on Jazz Picnics and Sunday Bandstand concerts where we celebrated the diversity of Brazilian music, from Samba to Forró, Tropicália to MPB, and Bossa Nova to Choro.
The Museu da Imigração have similar events in their Gardens. Their Música no Jardim (Music in the Gardens) concerts happen once a month and focus on a different theme or place each time. We love seeing the similarities and differences between our events!
As a way of connecting with us, they are going to use one of their Music in the Gardens concerts to focus on English Music – much like our summer concerts focused on Brazilian music.
Their band, Vitroux, will be playing 60s British Rock songs. Their set list will include:
1. Heart Full of Soul - Yardbirds
2. We've Gotta Get Out of this Place - The Animals
3. Ask Me Why - The Beatles
4. Please Please Me - The Beatles
5. Waterloo Sunset - The kinks
6. Afternoon Tea - The Kinks
7. Worksong - The Animals
8. Blue Feeling - The Animals
9. Wild Thing - The Troggs
10. Under my Thumb - The Rolling Stones
11. Cool Calm and Collected - The Rolling Stones
12. Chains - The Beatles
13. Tattoo - The Who
14. Our Love Was - The Who
15. My Generation - The Who
We want you to have your say and vote for your favourite song from their list. Which song do you think sums up British music from the 60s? Do you think there are any vital songs they have forgotten?
You can vote by writing your comments on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. We will then share your comments with the Museu da Imigração.